As young professionals, business owners, side-hustlers, and dreamers – we owe it to ourselves to do everything we say we’re going to get done.
Tagged: entrepreneurship advice
I learned indispensable lessons that most successful people, like Gary Vaynerchuk and Mila Kunis, know all too well. Now, you might not know me (yet), but I can almost guarantee you know Gary and Mila. And the three of us share eerily similar stories.
With enough discipline and passion, even dull day-to-day tasks become meaningful and inspiring stepping stones that fuel you to surpass your goals.
Before even thinking about forming a new company, you need to understand that entrepreneurship offers a lifestyle characterized by risk and reward on one hand. On the other hand, being an employee promises a level of security, little risk as well as little reward.
In my quest for control, I was actually doing my business and team a disservice. Here’s a look at 5 things I learned to do instead.
Thinking of starting a business? You just might have what it takes to be an entrepreneur if you can identify with these 10 traits.
Once you realize that you’re meant to do something more significant with your life an inner struggle presents itself.
Discomfort is normal. Not dealing with it can jeopardize your success.
We scoured the Internet, checked countless recommendations and included a few of our favorite online destinations that every entrepreneur should read and bookmark—exclusively for you.